So you have the shell of your bathroom and all of its structure all sorted out. Bathtub, showerhead, sink installed. Walls tiles, windows put in. But what of all those things that make really make a bathroom a bathroom, rather than an uncarpeted room that happens to be plumbed and well ventilated. Those are things like shower screens, shower curtains, taps, fans, storage solutions, mats and towels even. These are things that will make your bathroom your bathroom.
My very favourite of all of the bathroom fittings is the heated towel rack, which keeps towels, hand towels and pyjamas luxuriously warm in the middle of winter. Having one will also mean that you do away with the need for a dangerous plug in bathroom heater, because a towel rack is very safely wired (at least it should be!) and provides ambient heat in your bathroom, like a hydraulic heater.
When fitting up your bathroom, have a look at different sorts of Hydrotherm heated towel racks from companies like Hydrotherm, and figure what you can fit in your bathroom. Don’t make the mistake of trying to fit something too big into your bathroom. I also hate it when racks/fittings are jammed in behind doors, it creates a bad feeling in the room for me. If your plumbing is good quality and all in place, the bathroom can be a good place to try and carry out DIY projects. Fitting taps and doing tiling is relatively straight forward, so if you’re feeling competent, give it a go!